Giants Offer Fans ‘Cutout’ Opportunity at Oracle Park

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The San Francisco Giants are looking to allow their fans to participate in games next month, even though spectators won’t be allowed in the stadium when action returns to Oracle Park.

In a letter to season-ticket holders, the Giants announced that games at Oracle Park will be played without fans in attendance. However, the team will allow season-ticket holders to send an image of themselves to be placed onto a cutout and displayed in the stands at home games.

ESPN reports the plan will be called the Giants Fan Cutout Program, describing it as an opportunity for fans to "be at Oracle Park even when you're home watching the game."

The cutouts will be made of weatherproof material and will be placed in the season-ticket holders assigned seats whenever possible. Non-season-ticket holders will also be given the opportunity to have their own cutout created and placed in the stands for a fee of $99.

MLB has announced a 60-game regular season that is expected to begin July 23 or July 24 and last until late September. Clubs may permit fans to attend games with the approval of MLB and relevant local authorities. However, no approval has been given yet.

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